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    id help

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    Dec 2003
    Western Schuylkill County
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    rose quartz

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    l think 5 hardness

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    Jason

    Apr 2011
    Butte City, Montana
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    Kind of looks like Iron stained quartz. That's my guess.

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    There is too much luster in the photo, turn off the flash and get it in natural lighting, then take a photo (keep it dry). You say it has a hardness of 5? Are you sure? From this photo it is probably a hydrothermally altered rock made conglomerate (mix of minerals). Red color comes from iron staining. Paleness in the rock is indicative of hydrothermal leaching. There is also a little purple in it witch could mean a of tint of manganese. I could be off, get a better photo. Good luck.
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